Comprehensive Wealth in Canada Public Forum
Comprehensive wealth measures the country’s produced, natural, human, financial and social capital.
Unlike GDP and other short-term indicators used to assess national progress, comprehensive wealth measures the assets that are the foundation of well-being in the long run. (Click for a deeper explanation.)
At an evening reception on October 30, IISD will launch the second edition of the Comprehensive Wealth in Canada report. The report’s findings offer new insights into the sustainability of development, suggesting Canada’s well-being is not as robust as might be expected.
October 30, 2018
To Be Confirmed